"Ah, Jane Merry is one of US," said Mrs. Archer sighing, as if it were not such an enviable thing to be in an age when ladies were beginning to flaunt abroad their Paris dresses as soon as they were out of the Custom House, instead of letting them mellow under lock and key, in the manner of Mrs. Archer’s contemporaries.
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She is more wealthy than her neighbors, but she never flaunts it.
He walks the walk, but doesn’t flaunt his religious beliefs.